Art and crafts featured at sale

Artists and crafters will have their wares available at the Season’s Sparkles sale beginning on Nov. 25.

Artists and crafters will have their wares available at the Season’s Sparkles sale beginning on Nov. 25.

The sale, at the Summerland Arts Centre, features items from 35 to 40 artists and crafters. Items include handmade soaps, pottery, knitted items, felted items, jewelry and more.

“We really encouraged our exhibitors to do new things,” said Sue Gibbs, chair of the Season’s Sparkles committee.

On Nov. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Imagination Station will be set up at the arts centre, allowing children to participate in a craft workshop.

The show will continue until Dec. 4 and the arts centre will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during that time.

Tickets for a raffle with the show will also be available.

 

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